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Full Coverage: Comment On Iraq Torture Scandal

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Sonia Nettnin: Highlights From Rumsfeld In The House - Now that U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has testified in front of the Senate Armed Services Committee, here are some of the highlights. Afterward is a response to some of the statements made at Friday’s hearing. See... Sonia Nettnin: U.S. Humiliation, Global Community
- Cartoon - Chuckman Cartoons: Rumsfeld & Responsibility
- Full Coverage: Bush Says Sorry For Prisoner Abuse

William Rivers Pitt: The War is Lost - We have traveled a long, dark, strange road since the attacks of September 11. We have all suffered, we have all known fear and anger, and sometimes hatred. See... UQ Wire: The War is Lost

Bush Doth Protest Too Much - A Brief History Of U.S. Torture - The official word from the Bush administration is that the torture and sexual abuse in Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison is not ''systematic''. If we ignore all of the facts in the public record over the last four decades, this would be a plausible explanation. See... Fitrakis: A Truth Commission For The United States
Ivan Eland: Torturing Iraq in an Unnecessary War
John Chuckman: The Thing With No Brain
- M. Valenzuela - The Bubble Burst: Replacing Tyranny with Tyranny
- Scoop Full Coverage: A Coalition's Shame - Abusing POWs
- Cartoon - Chuckman Cartoon: Rumsfeld Clears The Air
- Russell Brown - Public Address 04/05/04 - Mutton Chops & Martinis

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